Skating is one of those sports you unfortunately see people get stuck in.
I love skating and sparkling and flying around the ice, and people clap for you. It's an amazing feeling.
When I came back to skating, everyone was like 'Oh you're the snowboard guy.'
I watch a lot of professional skating, and I am really looking forward to going to nationals.
The best indication is that I still love to ski on most anything, from skating gear to heavy metal.
Passover and Easter are the only Jewish and Christian holidays that move in sync, like the ice skating pairs we saw during the winter Olympics.
I think back to my time when I was skating: I was 15, and there was no such thing as Instagram.
My parents were of the opinion, because they had started skating very young, that you should have something that you do that you care about, because it structures your life as you're growing up.
Growing up, I was sort of a tomboy. I was the one skating with the boys.
I just try to touch people's hearts in a way through skating, so they're not just witnessing a performance, they're feeling a performance and they're a part of it.
But I never really thought that I would be extraordinarily successful at skating, it's just something that happened, you know.
We're always skating to wherever the puck is going.